A Tradition of Scholarship, Leadership, and Discipleship

St. Martin of Tours Parish School is a self-sustaining institution that has been a continual presence in the community since the mid-19th century. Hundreds of children have graduated from our school and achieved success in high school. We offer quality and stability, an award winning middle school, and a commitment to 21st century learning.

As an independent organization, St. Martin of Tours Parish School staff and faculty are able to address problems quickly related to curriculum, class size, and individual learning. Faculty and staff communicate regularly and work collaboratively to identify and resolve academic challenges. There is no lengthy process for us to obtain permission from large committees or special interests. We simply sit at a table to discuss the matter and reach a decision that is in the best interests of our school community. 

In recent school surveys, parents overwhelmingly strongly agreed or agreed that St. Martin of Tours Parish School is educating their children effectively. There are three elements with which they strongly agreed.  

  • Faculty and staff model the behaviors their children are taught.
  • Teachers are competent and caring.
  • Our school provides parents with plenty of opportunity for involvement in their children's education.  

A Few Comments from the 2011-2012 School Survey  

  1. Teachers truly care about each child. It is a warm, loving and caring atmosphere.
  2. There is a wide range of classes and programs. Teachers are very helpful.
  3. Class sizes are small and teachers are able to really get to know what motivates your child.  

A Few Comments from the 2010-2011 School Survey  

  1. My child receives extra help in areas needed and also is challenged in areas of strength.
  2. Learning experiences go beyond books and assignments.
  3. Kind, caring, and compassionate school with the focus on individualized student.  

But don't take our word! Speak with some of our parents. Contact us for more information.

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